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Guides • 5 min read

Red Bull vs Coffee: A Caffeinated Comparison

Compared to Red Bull, which is fairly popular around the world, coffee has a cult like following. Let’s take a closer look at these beverages.

Clayton Dylan
July 25th, 2019
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Americano vs Regular Drip Coffee: What’s the Difference?

Coffee is often a hot debate over which type is the best. Perhaps it all boils down to preference, or maybe there is some truth to the debate. Two popular choices are regular drip brewed coffee and an Americano.

Clayton Dylan
July 25th, 2019
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What is Geisha Coffee? Or is it Gesha? Let’s Find Out!

Panama Geisha coffee, or Gesha coffee, is one of the most sought after coffees on the planet. This coffee variety is one of the most expensive in the world.

Clayton Dylan
July 24th, 2019
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Does Cappuccino Have Caffeine? Let’s Find Out!

Cappuccino does have caffeine but not as much as you might think. You need to consider what goes into a cappuccino to make it what it is. Let’s find out!

Clayton Dylan
July 24th, 2019
Guides • 7 min read

Chemex vs French Press: To Pour or to Plunge?

Two popular brew methods are French Press and doing a pour over with a Chemex. Both are great options but the coffee they create is also very different.

Clayton Dylan
July 23rd, 2019
Guides • 4 min read

Weak Tasting Coffee: Reasons and Solutions!

There are a number of factors involved and terms like weak can vary in meaning. For instance, weak can mean: less caffeine, a light roast, or watery.

Clayton Dylan
July 23rd, 2019
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Types of Coffee Filters: Which Material Suits Your Brew Method?

When talking about filters, there are typically five main material types that are used: paper, metal, plastic, cloth, and glass.

Clayton Dylan
July 23rd, 2019
Guides • 3 min read

Why is Coffee Called “Joe”? Exploring this Namesake!

A “cup of joe” is one of the most common nicknames for coffee and frankly, one of the more troubling.

Clayton Dylan
July 23rd, 2019
Guides • 4 min read

What is Coffee Degassing? The Process Explained!

During the roasting process a lot of carbon dioxide and other gases form inside the bean due to chemical reactions.

Clayton Dylan
July 23rd, 2019